Political parties

Theoharopoulos keeps cards close to chest on possible move to Potami

Amid speculation about his possible move to centrist Potami following his ejection from the Movement for Change (KINAL) coalition, Thanassis Theoharopoulos held his cards close to his chest on Monday, commenting that he has a "good relationship" with Potami and its leader Stavros Theodorakis.

The mess of history

The problem with the parliamentary lottery is that there isn't going to be a lucky winner. The reason for this is because the battle to win in numbers and the balance of power and the exhausting bargaining of the last few days can only work against the credibility of parliamentary democracy.

Berlusconi to Run For the European Parliament Elections

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will run in the European Parliament election in May, he announced Thursday.

"At my lovely age, I've decided out of a sense of responsibility to head for Europe where there is a lack of deep thinking about the world," said Berlusconi, 82, in Sardinia on the first stop of his campaign tour, POLITICO EU reported.

Centrist Potami unclear on whether it will back Prespes accord

Centist party To Potami said on Thursday it fully supports a solution to the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and that its stance on national issues is not affected by political expediencies, but fell short of explicitly backing the Prespes accord.

European Commissioner Cretu announces she'll run as Pro Romania candidate in elections to European Parliament

European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu announced on Thursday that she will run as a candidate of the Pro Romania party in the elections to European Parliament, which are to be held on 26 May.

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